One of the most controversial issues among members of the ruling party APC recently was the outpouring of Bola Tinubu's grievances over the APC's registration renewal program.
He said: "We do not want Tinubu to leave the APC. In the APC no one should despise Tinubu, no one should say Tinubu is not anyone, no one should.
I despise the contribution he made to the APC to come to power in 2015 and 2019. " Despite long-rumored allegations that President Buhari's government is targeting Tinubu, Farouq Adamu said the allegations were false. "No party wants to part with Tinubu.
It is not true that there is nothing wrong with Tinubu being insulted or doing anything wrong to him. Some see the renewal of the APC card. Across the country, it is a clear indication of where the party will go in the 2023 general election for the type of people it will elect to run for office.
If every Nigerian state does not want to join the APC, what will you do with it? " . It is not true that there are some who want to leave this party. We do not refuse to allow Nigerians as a whole to join the APC, "he said. and causing divisions between the south and the north, so some will question Farouq Adamu's issue.
But he defended the statement by saying: heads of communities. And the rulers have vowed to protect the dignity of Nigerians, but religious and linguistic differences do not go unnoticed. " But I can assure you that the APC government is not doing anything to stop this. bring this problem of separation, "he said.
He cited the recent outbreak of ethnic violence in Oyo State's Sasa Market, where ethnic violence erupted but there was no response in the north, saying it was the result of mediation by the APC government. and calm people.
How the allegations originated A new crisis has erupted in the APC in early February over comments made by its chief whip Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Tinubu, who is expected to run for president in the 2023 elections, said the party's state registration process at the time was ineffective.
"Renewing the party's registration is like adding one and removing one, so I don't think it's an increase," said Tinubu. nut in the soup, and it is a sign that he is not happy with what is going on, because according to them, the registration process can reduce his dominance over the party, and the impact it has on it.
However, experts such as Malam Kabiru Sufi of the Kano State University Preparatory College say that such statements were made by Bola Tinubu as a leader, although he has the potential to reform the party since Mr Tinubu has not yet announced his intention to run for the presidency of Nigeria, but some of his supporters have already started promoting him. The APC from northern Nigeria does not support this.
Source: BBC News
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